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Poverty's No Crime


Progressive Metal

3.42 | 25 ratings

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3 stars After having and reviewing previous album Slave to mind, I've decided to check anothe r album from this band , who sounded very promising and tight. So I purchase this week this album together with the next one from 2003entitled One in amillion from 2001 by the excellent progressive metal band Poverty's no Crime. I like a lot what this band offers, not an everyday prog metal, the musicianship is very tight and the ideas are better then on most bands from this genre. The album is solid with some fantastic pieces like Ancient lies or Incognito, each musician did a great job here with a plus on vocal department offered by Volker Walsemann. I like this band specially because, they don't have every second that boring and endless instrumental passages with many unintristing noodleings like late DT stuff, they are more concentrated on how to compose a piece not to show to the listner how good I am on ainstrumenta or aother. The rsult is obvious a solid and very tight album, with serious great ideas and good pieces all over. 3 stars for this album, a good one all the way , little less intristing then previous one and for sure less good then next one who is almost a masterpiece of prog metal. Great band.
b_olariu | 3/5 |


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